Staple of Spokane
2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Very pretty piece of land, especially the views of the river. Some really excellent signature holes. Holes 4,5,8,9,10 and 17 are worth the play alone. The front 10 are rated 5 stars in my mind if there was no danger.
Cons: Danger is high on hole 1's fairway. If your putting or RBH hyzer watch your back and listen for FORE!!! The baskets used to be good but for some reason they seem to be becoming less and less reliable. The tee's are getting better but they are uneven and undulating rubber mats
Other Thoughts: Newer players would do better to play holes 11-18. These holes are significantly easier. If you find hole 11's tee and your shot goes right yell FORE at the top of your lungs. This course taught me how to hyzer flip and to anhyzer quite well. There is 2 RBH hyzers on the course. Course is completely worth playing. It has special place in my heart.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
3 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: The course was fairly interesting in terms of various shots being required to reach the baskets from the tees. Right/Left/Up/Down and combinations of the four were all present, and the holes were long enough that I needed to throw drivers on most holes instead of just pulling out a putter on every teepad.
Cons: First of all, the course was fairly confusing, even with a map. There are several holes which tee off from within 80 feet or so of one another and the order in which you play them seems almost completely random. I was fortunate enough to have a couple of locals to tag along with or I would have been quite lost.
Several of the holes feel very similar (there are at least 3 left-to-right downhill 350' drives), and that makes it feel almost monotonous at times.
Also, maybe I was just there at the wrong time of year, but the park that the course was located in was not very appealing. There was a lot of dust, a few large trees, and not much else. There were a couple of pretty views of the river, but for the most part, I was underwhelmed.
Other Thoughts: The course is not bad if you happen to have a couple of hours in Spokane, but I much prefer Cherry Hill in Coeur d'Alene if you are traveling through on I-90.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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